Simplify the right hand side so that it equals to the left hand side.

1500e^x/(1+e^x)^2= 1/1500(-1500/(1+e^t)+1500)(1500-(-1500/(1+e^x)+1500))
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Here is your solution,
ago by Level 4 User (5.8k points)
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Correction: eᵗ should be eˣ.



The product of these is 1500²eˣ/(1+eˣ)² and the expression on the right becomes:

(1/1500)1500²eˣ/(1+eˣ)²=1500eˣ/(1+eˣ)², QED

ago by Top Rated User (775k points)

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